It seems to be the year of comebacks. After the recent announcement of the comeback of Alphanumeric, we can now report about the comeback of Conart. "When CONART entered the marketplace there was no street wear market, no hip-hop stores, no cool-guy blogs. CONART is the originator of the “street wear” movement.  Established in 1989, CONART Clothing Brand has established itself as the first label to use raw designs by the top graffiti artists in the world.  Hip-hop artists such as The Notorious B.I.G., ODB, Method Man, Red Man, The Pharcyde, Gangstarr  and many others have all rocked CONART in movies, videos and advertisements.  CONART has always been considered one of the realest players in the game. True to the art.  The time has come for the originator to show the world that it is still all about the art." The line is back and entering premium retailers around the US right now, so keep your eyes open. After the jump we present you their first t-shirt series.

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